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Library guide Law: Treaties
Overview of legal literature, law sources and information relating to academic education and research
Text of all Council of Europe treaties, their explanatory reports, the status of signatures and ratifications, the declarations and reservations made by States, as well as the notifications issued by the Treaty Office since 2005 Coverage: 1949 - …
Information concerning agreements between the European Union and third countries or international organisations, including those in the process of being approved and information concerning Conventions concluded between the Member States of the European Union in certain fields See also: EUR-Lex
Database of the United Nations that contains also links to online collections of treaties and other relevant international law instruments maintained by the United Nations and other international organizations, States and private entities
database containing basic information on over 2,000 of the most significant multilateral treaties and some bilateral treaties concluded between 1353 and the present, with details of where the full text of each treaty may be obtained in paper and, if available, electronic form on the internet Coverage: 1353 - …
Website of the International Labour Organization containing information on International Labour Standards (such as ratification information, reporting requirements, comments of the ILO's supervisory bodies, etc.) as well as national labour and social security laws
information on the treaties to which the United Kingdom is a party, e.g.:
date on and place of signature
Definitive entry into force
Publication records (with links to pdf’s if available)
Legal IntelligenceThis link opens in a new windowNetherlands, Law, Search engine, Books, Comments, Journals, Journal articles, News, Case law, Legislation, Parliamentary documents, Treaties
Description: Legal search engine that allows you to simultaneously search in multiple legal sources (mainly Dutch, but also European law), regardless of which publisher or agency published them. Help: Various website tours are available via the Info button in the red menu in Legal Intelligence. An extensive Help Center can also be accessed via this button. Access:
After logging in via SURFconext when using this database for the very first time, it is recommended in the second screen Aanmelden to click the red button Doorgaan below the form: you are now logged in Anonymously in Legal Intelligence.
To be able to set alerts, personalised registration is required.
In this case, please provide your email address. This can be done by clicking the personalisation button in the top right corner of the screen in Legal Intelligence, then go to Instellingen and enter your email address. You can also choose to enter your name (this is not mandatory).
Note: If you as a student/employee of Radboud University want to create alerts and/or reading lists in Legal Intelligence, Legal Intelligence will ask you to create a personal account. If you choose to create a personal account, the responsibility for this Processing of Personal Data lies with you as a student/employee.
OpMaatThis link opens in a new windowThe Netherlands, Law, Books, Commentaries, Journals, Journal articles, Case law, Legislation, Official Publications, Parliamentary documents, Treaties
Database providing access to:
Official publications from the Netherlands (parliamentary documents, the Government Gazette etc.)
Dutch laws and regulations
Case law (including a selection of Rechtspraak.nl)
With anonymous access you can consult Rechtsorde and create reading lists. For access to the extra tools 'Dossiers, Alerts and Forum' it is necessary to log in personalized by providing your first name, last name and email address. In principle, the choice is one-time.
Note: If you, as a student/employee of Radboud University, want to create alerts, etc. in Rechtsorde, Rechtsorde asks you to create a personal account. If you choose to create a personal account, the responsibility for this Processing of Personal Data lies with you as a student/employee.
Information on treaties to which the United States is a party Coverage: Treaties submitted to the Senate since the 94th Congress (1975-1976) (Treaties submitted prior to the 94th Congress are included if they were pending in 1975)